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THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 August 1862

The voting commenced at eight o'd \Monday morning, and procedede throughout the day. The Chairman the proceedings, and shortly atterwar gated the duties of Returning Of P. O'Brien, Esq., J.P., who continud up to three o'clock, when the Chaire resmnmnd his place at the table. .1 o'clock the poll closed, and at live tI bers were made up and the public i: to the hall. 'The Chairman then announcedt! ratep)ayord had recorded their vtM gave tho following statement of the I polled for each candidate:- MIr. V. II. 'Pettctt, J.P.... John Conran .. ,, V. II. Campbell ... ,, Thomas Lansly... .. Thomas Johnson . iThe Chairman declared the t16 gentlemen duly elected as membien Municipal Council of hlawthorn. Mr. Pettott came bforward and aih to thank the ratopayers f.,r the plt tion in which they had placedl would be his place to devote hls att? the business of. the district as fi ability would permit. lie should come forward to' solicit their anmtr, not one o the candidates statedhi"1 to resign...

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KEW MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 26. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 August 1862

FW MIJ'NIOIPAL COUNCoI,. TUIBD Y, &UCAvsT 20. Pre"ornt.'JohnIIf Colnt J1r m F 11rnl '3 Esq., Chairman, and uc LX eil lors ox, Crpnw e11, Warton, Derrick Trea ainutes of the previous meoting were OORRESPONDENCE.. It1 From the Secretary of the Melbourne Rail. it ray Company, thanking the Council for its se i?omrpt attention to the request of the Corn- g tany to repair the hawthorn and Kew-road: b. From the Roads and Bridges olliee,inform- ti ng the Council that the traffic would be ti "aken for the week commencing on the 18th e .nstant. From .Mr. S. Bevan, calling attention to :he bad state of Wellingtonu-street firom Mr. t rewis's corner to Blarkly-road, and requesting al that it might be repaired.-Referred to the 1 Public Works committee. 'I To J. Steavenson, Esq., Commissioner of Roads and Bridges, informing him that a slip " had taken place in the embankment at Con mor's Creek, on the Bulleen-road, and request ing that the same might be reaaired. C L0o the Chief Commission...

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BOROONDARA DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 August 1862

'BOROONDARA DISTRlICT ROAD BOARD. SArTiDAY, AUo sT 23. Present-The Chairuna. (R. Kent, Esq.), Messrs.. Coakloy, "Webb,,Downing, Hurry, and Robinson. The minutes of the previous meeoting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. To Mfessrs. )Tddy and Smith, stating that the Board could not open the subject of the footpath opposite their property again. To J.. C. Lloyd, Esq., acknowledging re coipt of letter of the Gth instant, respecting Aloloney's road, and stating that the Sur veyor had received instructions to prepare specifications for the work. To Mr. WV. Ellingworth, in reply to letter of the 4th instant, stating that the Board had not received any Grant-in-Aid for works on the White Horse road as supposed by him. To the Hawthorn Municipal Council, ask ing them to bear one-half of the expense of taking the trallic returns. From the Haowthorn Council, declining to accede to the request, as the Council was not pecuniarily interested in the imatter, but offering the Board every mor...

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FOR SALE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 August 1862

FOR SALE. To the Editor of the Standard. Stn,-O6,n you inform me what "Sold at the last Election" is worth, or what you think he would fetch if put up at auction ? Or do you think any one would put a re servo price on him? lHe says-" Gentle men, you know my Iprinciples." These ho kept until the ballot box was tested, and then he gave them away. I remain, Yours, &c. HELa--ME-TII uoaTII-VWOrULD. Hawthorn, August 25th.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 August 1862

KEW DIUcIPAL1TIY. Ie TITD TALF.YEARLY REPORT 1] of 1?Ie I edgll is of tile ?lunicolpal Coun"il of ofr to ie. i-yce r ending 12th day of July, 1862, enance at Council and Conmmlnittee Meetings. ·' t 8i ,am o oI The Chair ., 10 18 l . .16 7 theC.?,rni. r.o A ':in'1n '1 "'...:7 anlM t'InrI1 C ,richa ,m v 124 13 5 ctio cillorCa r i 12 1 L • d Coutncilhr rrck .. 16 19 17 8 8 Ce-ucillor Lewis .... 18 12 8 6 Election of Ohairmak l t At the first leeting of the Council after the uInna election, Councillor Halfey was elected Chairman for ti:e ensuing year. .Appointment. Ar, Pritclhard having rosigned the Town Clerkship a, icting Surveyorslhip, Mr. Lowrey was appointed rre?nor front the 31st January, and Town Clerk from the 18th February, 1862. Aoeaetnent. The property in the Municipality was valued at £~~.obe, which was reduced 'on appeal at a Petty srsi ns held on the 28th April, at. t!e, Athontenmrn e,, to £16,064 lis . . " - .Bye.laon Pasned. So.'r1. To empower l he CouncIl to levy a rato...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, AUGUST 29TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 29 August 1862

filt otttl5 j Jottrit e sýtnllbiub., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20Drt, 18G2. Turi result of the Hawthorn Municipal Election is as we anuticipatiod; the three gentlemen returned being iMessrs. PT'rrrET, (.0vmaxN, and CaMPtriinL,; and the rejected, [Messrs. LANsI,r and JoIrasoN. That the selection will prove acceptable to the rate payers generally we have every reason to believe:; while the rejection of the two last named gentleenon will be regretted by few. With regard to Mr. PeTTETT, we have occasion to say but little. Having been a member of the lirst Read' Board elected in the district for two years, he will enter the Council with some knowledge of the work. nlug of such institutions; and more than this, the business in which he has been en gnmged for many years peculiarly fits him for iot?ring many valuable suggestions in car rying out the works of the Council; while his indepenuent position will enable him to devote his time to the duties required of a councillor. lie enters the Council un ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

R1EDUCTIONS vrox WINTER sTroCK. HILL AND WYMOND, (15) BOURKE STREET EAST, (15) General Drap ?rs, Gleoucs, losicers, Laerwrrcna, Jlillincrcs, and ltintle l1ake ers. All Gooda mnrlhed in plain firerces, and any Article not approved of will le reedil'I s"cialeelyld, the o.b ject aiued at benisg to gai the ~ei/,lenIeI f All.r ctsesrs, iand thereby extIIIeI I a al'ready large aUl rapidly increasing Ceaee'lrnre' !rcude. Drapers', i lilliners, rndl D.csserlreirs. suppied tritic (ut Lceeyths at the lowest trade prices. Matchineg c)rders carefully awl proemptly attetnded Lto Ill 1L & WYIONI), ]5, ]lOUItJKE STIhEl I 1.\ST. PUBLIC NOTI'CE. EAST INDIA TEA WAREHOUSE TX E,thue ucdcrsiglled, beg Ilost rCspecLifulII Y i to iIforce ocur customers anc d the ipublic in general, thait we lhave openeed tlhosee xtensive pro Illises at the corner of Iourke an111d Swauston-streets, lately kcnown as thle Crystal Palace, withl thle largest and best selected stock of TEAS, COFFEES, GROCERIES and PROVI...

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THE MURRAY RIVER FISHERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

TILE MURRAY RIVER FISIIEIlY. (FROM THE MOUNT ALEXANDER MAIL.) This company, which is pursuing its calling on the borders of the Ifurray, near Deniliquin, is an ex. cellent example of the co-operative systent of labour. It has now been in existence for several years, nand the members are getting into what is called good working order. Ifaving begun on small means thcy have carefully husbanded them ; they commenced with little snve their labour, and they have now a well ;organiscd stock in trado. They have thirty capital harness horses and three coaches. The com pany is comlposed of six working men, and the man nier in which they coniduct their business reflects on them the greatest credit. They pursue the old maximn that' short reckonings mnakeo the longest friends.' Every account is balanced on the 1st of every monthl. Working in the wilderness and un der every disadvantage, the order that reigns throtugh all their work is remarkable. Correct in all their dealinigs, keeping faith ev...

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HAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

IIHAWTHORN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. nMOKa , SEP1'TEMBIIEl 18sT. Present-MI. O'randy, Esq., M.P., Chair man, Councillors Bragge, Campbell, Conuran, Hill, M3'Dougall, and Pcttett. The Chairman inforniid the Council of tho result of the late municipal election; and after the minutes of the meeting were read, he introduced, Councillors l'ottett, Conran, and Campbell. The Chairman then called upon tho Council to elect; a Clhairmanu for the ensuilng year, and vacated his sent. Councillor P'ettett moved that Councillor M1'Dougall be elected Chairman. Councillor' lill seconded the motion. Councillor Campbell moved as an amend ment that Councillor Braggo be elected Chairminau. Ho said that Councillor Braggo wnsaun.old riesident in tho district, and had served in the Council from the formation of the Municipality; and nalthough Councillor M'Dougall was a very good member, lho had not been so long resident in the district as Councillomr Brugge. Councillor Conran, 'in seconding the amendment, remarke...

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THE RATHMINES BRIDGE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

Tl'E HATil EINES 1S3.IDGE. TLb tho .Edior of the Standard. Sra,-I have been puzzling my brains over sinco Monday night last, at tho Council mcting, in ordelor to ascortain the cnecessity of orocting a bridgo over the crook in Iatlh mines road, at a cost of £500 or thorceabouts; and though I do not considcr myself a fool, I confess I am fairly troo'd on this interest. ing subject. It soomod to me a rogular puz alor that a bridgo is wanted here at all. Being well acquainted with tho locality, I may state that this crooek colmmences about half.a~nnilo up towards KIow from the Rath minines road; and after coining through this road and crossing the flat, it passes over Auburn road, and reccives in its course tho drainage of mll the laInd in that locality. It theon goes on to Henry and William strcote, where, with all the nacoumulation of water just mentioned, it passes through culverts, as it does also in liar kly road. Now, if a aut vort is suflicient for it in Henry street, \Villiam st...

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REPLY TO "ODDFELLOW." To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

REPLY TO " ODDBELLOW." To the Editor of the Standard. Sra,--I should not have thought it at all: necessary to reply to an " Oddfullow," fcel ing assurcd that the result of your inquiry would satisfy him and all impartial ratc-. payers; but on looking over the Australian I find " Another Oddfellow" attacking me in a mannor uand style worthy of its illustrious colnuns. Now, Mr. Editor, I state again that the proprietor of that paper did ask for the print ing of the bye-laws, and that he admitted that he did so, in the prcsence of the Board and a largo nunber of ratepayers who were present. He first charged me with being the author of the paragraph in the Standard giv ing him such offlence. What amount of truth there is in this I leave with you, Sir. 1H followed this up by saying that it was it breach of confidenc on my part in giving-it publicity. How ho can reconcile this with his denial I am at a loss to know. if he did not ask, whlere is the breach of conflidence ? And when Mir. Ke...

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NUNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. THURSDAY, AUGUST 29. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

NITNAWADING DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. TURnsDAY, AvUGUST 20. Present-Mr. Yeomans, Chairman, Messrs. Berry, Padgham, Keogh, Sargont, and White. The minutes of tho previous meeting were road and confirmed. COoRESPONDIENCR. To the Department of Railways and Roads, respecting the omission of the penal clauses in the bye.laws published in the Gazette, and requesting that the omission might be sup plied. PUIILIC WORKS. The Engineer aInid upon the table a plan and specification for a bridge at Trainor's Creek, on Ewart's road; also specifications for maintenance on Delany's road, and log nculvert on the cross-road near Mr. Boylo's. TRNDRls. Tenders were then opened for Bolster's bridge and metalling on Bennett's road, and the following were acceptd :-contract No. 10, Jonah Britnall, £80; contract No. 11, P. Collier, £52 10s. Accounts were presented by the Secretary amounting to £8 0s, Dd. Moved by Mr. Keogh, seconded by Mr. Berry, and carried-That the accounts pre sented be paid K Moved by Mr. K...

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CONTRACTING IN HAWTHORN. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

--U __ CONTRACTING IN AJVTHIIORN. T'o the Editor of the Standard. Sin,-On Monday cvening last I was in the Town Hall, to see and hlear what was going on at our Council meeting. Every thing went on charmingly in the "You claw me and '11 claw you" style; but when ae tual business carne on, that was set aside by the now blood element, in consequence of theo tenders being too ,high and no com petition. The aforesaid new blood intro dluced a new idea in opening tenders, assert ing that thle systeml of reading out each con tractor's tender obtained in the Governmcnt boards. This T deny in totelo ; and the party who introduced it at the Council board on Monday evening ought to know tllhat snuch is not the case, but that the name of the successfiul tenderer is tile only one made public. I was glad to find that one gentle man at the board was manly enough to Irepu diate the new system as an injustice to con tractors, who give their experience and time in getting out quantities for the benefi...

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BOROONDARA GENERAL CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

BOI ROONDA } A l0 NC E,]IAL CEMEP E ft V. The usual monthly inlclti.g of the tru;tes of tilhe above cemeter waB held oin Wufende dli l ut, Septembeur 3i. ill tiut. Tovii I liall, I I Lnt hornt. Prese nt-I 1esues. Chtmn brer.,, Dntihigh, Finger, Juhrsoun, Jrofd, 111d( Seict tint. T:. Judd, Ieq., in troo chair, lThe mitnutes of ;tlnc previous imeeting were read uad con firmed. COJUIIES P0NENCE. The Secretary read a letter from the Dou partmicnet of Lauds and Survey, stating that the Board of' Land and Works had . decided to add the sixteen acres adjoining the come tcry, granted some tine since to Richmond, to the floroondara cemetery, on the under standing that two or three additional trustees be appointed from gentlemen residing in RicThond, and asking the views of the trustees on the matter. After considerable discussion, the trustees present expressing a strong disinclintion to the proposal, it was resolved-" That a do. putation, consisting of Messrs. Judd, O'Grady, M.P., and Steve...

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NUNAWADING FARMERS' COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

NUNAWADING PARMERS' COM MON. A meeting of the inhabitants of Niunawad ing was held at Delany's Royal .oltl, last 1 Friday evening, for the purpose ol' nottinat ing managers for the NunaIwading Ftt'ttters' Common. Mr.W.WT. Yeom:aiy, the Chairman of the i nnawading Road Board, presiilel. The Chairman i h:vihng fournally openedl the business, stated that the itnceting was con vened by the authority of the Road llotid; and Is they had hiarti that another district was about to take up tlhe ntattecr they werec obliged to oct prniptly. Ietice thie short notice that had been given of the meeting. lie thought as the comumon was flr the dis trict of Nunawading, it shotli be under tIhe mana"gement of the Nunawading peoploe; and any funds arising from the comnnon wouldt be devoted to the public works of tlhe dis triet. Though they might not derive any great advantage from it just now, yet it would be of great service to them in after years; and the residents would also have the satisfaction of ...

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PUBLICOLA, FIFTH SERIES, NO. XVII. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

PUBLICOLA, FIFTIE SEllIES, No. xvII. To the Elditor of the Standard. Sin,-Every generation produces its owns great and good nmen; whose peculiar views chrnacterise andl distinguish them finm those of the past and those of the fulture-mos whosoe gcnius, wisdom, and goodness siark them from their fellows with a strong and powcrful individuslity-neon, who, having imsproved their opportunities of doing good, identify themselves with the works of their ago in such a way as to give an impetus for progress to future generations. Such meon are entitled and secure the admiration of their contemporaries and the veneration of posterity. An appeal has been made, or rather an opportu nity has been afflorded us, of adding our namesas st appreciators, and our mite of contribution, accepta ble, however small, in aiding a national memorial as an offering of the esteemn and admiration with which we regard the character and genius of one of Eng' land's proudest recognitions. Although in this great nat...

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ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor of the Standard. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

ORIGINAL COiR1IRESPONDENE. o tiroe .Zlditor of 1th Stnudard. Srn,-I was glad to find, by the Council's proceedings on Monday night, that they havo lu a souse agreedl with tho remarks mnado by Anti-u1mbug " in your issue of last week; and that time councillor roprosonting Rath mines road was left alone in his glory, not oven poor Lansly to back him up. I was sorry your corresponldent did not notic the excitability of a geuntlonan who was a candidate on a formor election, on the day of nomination, and who persisted in shouting " IHeaur, hear," and knooking down with his stick all the saliont points of Mr. Oonmcillo. Campbell's speoech. Whfother his judgment is equal to his ,eat I must leavo your readers to dltormineo. At all evouents,' it showed very goutlemnnly habits on the part of this would-be councillor in thus noting. But the climax of absurdity and impn dence was reached by the gentlenaih lowest on the poll, who, pulling himself ulip as the Mentor of the ratepayers-as the g'nar...

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The South Bourke Standard. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5TH, 1862. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

Z@l1P aoutb kS lli'1IC ýtil11DiU'li F'RfDAY, SEPTEMTIE!? gri, 18(12. Nr'xT W\ridnesday the ratepayer. of Nuna wading will be enallled uponl to elect a new Rtoatd 3oard; and as no district lias sfliiered Inumre firom inte'rnal dissensionl thani this, it 1lwoves them to use the utmost caution in Ithe selection of men to whomi the welfare of ihe dlistrict is in a great measure to be oin t rusted. The experience of the past has been sharp and bitter enough to teach wisdom, and it is to, be hoped that the raepaycers have learnecd the lesson. At the demise of the iat. Road Board two new boards started into existence simnulta ncously; and after a lapse of nearly three months, during whichl time numerous depu. tations front both boards waited upon Mr. Durer and the Cosunissioner of Roads and Bridges to urge thelir seperato claims to rc cognition, Mr. Durir suggested that they shoidd be dissolved, and a new board elected, in order that the district might not suffer firom the entire loss of i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

11 B7uIAuN 0C11UnII , UPPER lB I11AWTJHORN. TIlE REV. P. MERCER, f ijti~ ill (,Ii.s.) PItEACII in the TOWN lhtic'd fttertttn ot iSUNIY lIn xt, the 7th 1., II ervice to 'oiin nencL at, Three o'clock. il.\i1'Ti[01RN MBUNICIPALITY. 1)F will 'be oLre'ived at the Council tlu eunttil ttiinitoainday, the 8 ith SepteCIber, at ,1i ,0'l0ik p it. tir tihe fllowUing works: ; rt.- i tas to Culvert, W1ater-channel, I111 octW11 tilt. 01 Elrcs-tciotn of 'TimnberBlridgo aznd Culus al council Chtmber, Hawthorn, .\111.ci is to be on' printed forms, and addressed it tch tb irmrtni of t le II ntlul iptlity. 11.I C, midl nmt hind tIhemselves to accept the m1 0Ir a itener Winn, 1 or r. ,JOHN TuON, Town Cleri. ('0ua, il Cha ber, lI itu t liorn, 1st eptember, 18tic Ib)u0NDI)A1OB DI)1STRICT ROAD BOARD. 1\EI) DTENDERS, addrcrsscd to the Chaciruan (Ibert Kent, Esqi.), will ite rcccivedl until Siat tiat', the 6th September, at Two o'clock In, for the following Works: C iustrutcting Stone Culvert and otlher work...

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NOTES AND NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — South Bourke Standard — 5 September 1862

.N10TLS AND NE WNS. anst W\ednesday miorning a n'ct ting of ieayistrat s resident in be r wi., hLil at the Attitheinmi. 'The olbject lof tihe etinrig was to fix tho (iiy fih hIoldin ita CUoiri of ':'ttiy Sessions, a ld to elect a Chairnman of tie B13cuh. John Carson, Eisq., presided. 'Ilhe first resaolution, proposol by :t r. Criisotl, and arried, was to the effect that a Court; of IP i}v Seissions shouldl be heldl every alter nate Weudnesday, at ten o'clock a.m.; the first collurt to he held on WedlesdayIV, the 17th insait, On the motion of 1Ir. Whar ton, seconded by 1Mr. .enoner, 21r. John l11fely, Chairman of the l]unicipalily, was elected Chairman of the Bench il' the cii suing year. The magistrates present were lMessrs. .1. TUal ly, C. .Wi'h:rtonl, J. Carson. J. C. Jenner, and Dr. Emobling. Mlr. MInce is appointed Clerk of the Court, It is reportedl that gold in paying quan tities has been tdiscoveredl in tlheo neighbour hood of Snapper Point and Westerun Port. We hear that a c...

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